If nothing else, there's been some good live music streams while we've been social distancing. In that vein, save this date — April 24th. Post Malone will be doing a live stream concert that will feature an entire set of Nirvana songs as a tribute to the band.
Earth Day turns 50 this year, and it's finally getting what every day should have — an award show judged by the Earth itself. PBS' Nature hired the foremost expert on the natural world, Ze Frank, to stand in for mother nature to present the awards and the reasoning behind the winners.
A new training device from Denmark, Airofit gives your lungs a workout to help you improve your overall athletic performance. It's already being used by athletes around the world, and as little as eight minutes a day can provide a noticeable improvement in lung capacity and anaerobic fitness. The trainer is made up of a mouthpiece that is connected via Bluetooth to your phone to track your progress. Once you master a level, the app will prompt you to adjust the mouthpiece for your next challenge. Many athletes notice an improvement in their primary sports in as little as three weeks.
Presented by Airofit
Presented by Airofit
There's no shame in adding ice to your spirit of choice, and for most cocktails, it's essential. But there's a reason why an ice ball is the best chill to add, as a sphere exposes less surface area to the spirit, meaning it will melt slower for more chill and less dilution. And if you really want the best ice ball maker, look no further than this one, made from aerospace-grade aluminum with a black finish. It uses gravity and the thermal conductivity of aluminum to produce a perfect sphere of ice fast. The maker produces 2.75" ice ball that fits perfectly into a double rocks glass for a long-lasting chill in no time.
In 1991, eight people spent two years living in a replica of Earth named Biosphere 2. Some called them visionaries while others thought the experiment was merely a cult. Now, you can decide for yourself. Director Matt Wolf explores the stranger-than fiction story in a documentary dropping on Hulu May 8, 2020.
The gang's back. HBO Max is reviving the Looney Tunes franchise with all-new adventures. Developed by Cartoon Network's Peter Browngardt, the series will features the show's original characters including Bugs Bunny, Tweety Bird, Porky Pig, and Daffy Duck along with other notable pals. Looney Tunes Cartoons will premiere on the streaming platform May 27, 2020.
The classic stacking game is now letting you play for a good cause. In partnership with Bureo's Net Positiva recycling program, every Jenga Ocean game is made from 25 square feet of recycled fishing nets. Otherwise, these discarded nets would contribute to 10% of the plastic pollution in the ocean. Each block features a different threatened sea creature, while special edition rules help to teach players about the dangers of these pollutants. The set comes packaged in a 100% recycled and recyclable box, adorned with hand-drawn artwork by surfer Lake Buckley.
Some hairstyles require a little extra hold. This clay pomade provides that extra security, along with a matte finish. It's beeswax and water-based, so it's easy to wash out at the end of the day and gives off a subtle fragrance that won't infringe upon others as they admire your perfectly styled look.
Social distancing, six-feet apart, stay at home: this is all we hear lately. Yet there are some tasks, like passing the pepper at dinner, that require us to get too close. Until now. Joseph of the YouTube channel Joseph's Machines has created a Rube Goldberg machine that offers a safe, germ-free way to ensure everyone has a well-seasoned meal during these uncertain times.
Quarantines and social distancing doesn't mean we can't play music together. Part of Global Citizen's One World: Together At Home concert, The Rolling Stones performed their classic hit "You Can't Always Get What You Want" remotely.